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The Art of Fable Legends — We knock on a new Demon Door

by 2 weeks ago

It’s hard to believe that we’ve been playing Fable since 2004. Sure, they might not always meet the outlandish and occasionally unrealistic goals that Peter Molyneux set, but there’s simply …

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A terrifying look at our alien overlords – The Art of XCOM 2 review

by 2 weeks ago

XCOM 2 has been very much on my radar since I saw it in motion at E3. I’ve watched hours of playthroughs and have heard a great deal of commentary …

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Assassin’s Creed – the comic series parts two and three

by 3 weeks ago

Part two of the Assassin’s Creed comic series jumps us right to our hero Char’s maiden dive inside the ancestral mind of Tom Stoddard, a member of the Assassin’s Brotherhood …

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Rise of the Tomb Raider: The Official Art Book review

by 2 months ago

When the Crystal Dynamics team tackled Rise of the Tomb Raider they knew that they wanted to take the harrowing experience Lara endured in the previous title and build on …

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A Low Flame — Dragon Riders of the Berk Review

by 2 months ago

Dragons: Riders of the Berk Collector’s Edition adds to the story of viking dragon-riders from the popular film and television series. This comic series tells new stories, setting out to …

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A Grave Dishonor — Samurai Omnibus Vol. 1 Review

by 2 months ago

I love little else like a good mystery, memorable characters, and a taste of foreign culture. Samurai gave me none of these things. The first four volumes of Titan Comic’s …

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Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide book review

by 3 months ago

If there is a setting in Dungeons & Dragons that deserves its own book to showcase the amazing stories found therein, it has to be The Sword Coast. The Baldur’s …

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The Art of Halo 5: Guardians book review

by 3 months ago

Insight Editions has gotten to run with one of the largest flags in the industry the past few years, and this year is no different as they deliver The Art …

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Old Hat — Dragon Age: Magekiller impressions

by 3 months ago

For as much rich lore and cultures that the Dragon Age series boasts, you’d think at this point we’d have more stories to tell that don’t involve the world of …

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The Art of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate review

by 3 months ago

We all wanted Japan, but Ubisoft wanted to make another trip to Europe for a pivotal event in modern history -- the Industrial Revolution. In the period between 1760 and …

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Assassin’s Creed – the comic series

by 3 months ago

In tandem with the release of Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate, Titan Comics has embarked on a new soft-cover comic series set in the well-worn conflict between the Knights Templar and the …

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A New Kind of Darkness-Pathfinder Occult Adventure Review

by 5 months ago

Delve not into caverns nor dungeons, but the threatening darkness of the unknown with this newest supplement for the Pathfinder line. The theme of this work is an air of …

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